January 31, 2001
Tunisia’s government took on a younger look in January, when the country’s president, Zine Al-Abidine Ben Ali, instituted a major shakeout of his cabinet and many of the key positions in the North Afr
January 29, 2001
In one of his last statements as the Tunisian central bank governor, Mohamed Beji Hamda has said that the country’s local dinar currency is on its way to becoming fully convertible. But, he added, the
January 24, 2001
Tunisia\'s President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali reshuffled his cabinet late Tuesday, appointing new heads to a dozen ministries including that of defense
January 23, 2001
Pakistan and Tunisia have signed three agreements after candid talks on a range of issues including Afghanistan and Kashmir.
January 22, 2001
Tunisian foreign minister Habib Benyahia began Monday a two-day visit to Pakistan for talks on promoting economic and trade ties.
A German tourism group delegation (C&N) is expected to visit Tunisia between January 26th and 28th where they will be briefed on the tourist facilitie
January 21, 2001
The third round of talks of the Joint Tunisian Syrian High Committee are due to start in Tunis Sunday.
January 18, 2001
Tunisia is seeking to set a comprehensive scheme to support the banking sector and develop its services.
January 16, 2001
Sources at the Tunisian ministries of agriculture and industry estimated the local olive oil output at 150,000 tons for this farming season compared to 225,000 tons in the previous season of 1999/2000
January 14, 2001
European Commission President Romano Prodi on Friday signed economic accords with Tunisia amounting to €54.5 million ($51.7 dollars), during the first leg of his North Africa tour that will take him t
January 10, 2001
The President of the European Commission Romano Prodi will travel to North Africa this week seeking greater economic integration between Europe and Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria.
January 4, 2001
The Tunisian government has announced a series of measures to promote information technology, including lower Internet access fees, a reduction in the
January 2, 2001
Tunisia's communications ministry said Internet subscription rates were cut in half Monday and that privatization of the telecommunications sector would likely begin this year.
December 27, 2000
A loan of €40 million was approved Wednesday by the board of directors of the African Development Bank, to help meet the growth objectives of Tunisia\'s tourism and manufacturing sectors during the co
December 25, 2000
A court hearing to consider overturning a leadership vote at the congress of the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights (LTDH) has been put o